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This is a book about games, but not just any games. This is a book about 'indie games'. What's that? An 'indie game' is a game that is made by either a few developers or small independent without a publisher's financial support. Not much to explain there. Where there is something to explain is in that these games have much different sensibilities and goals than so-called triple-A titles. In recent years they've garnered much acclaim and have come into the spotlight as a result of their hard work and commitment to qualify in various areas. This book showcases their work and commitment to quality in various areas. It will allow you, the reader (and perhaps gamer) to see the work that these fine folks have put into their games, artistically speaking, not just through gameplay. Have a good time!


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Jesus Equihua
jequihua Costa Mesa, CA, United States

Based in the South Coast Metro area near Costa Mesa, CA, Jesus Equihua is a professional Graphic Designer. He has studied at Golden West College, where he completed their rigorous and well-established Digital Arts program. He loves to challenge himself in undertaking new and exciting projects. In addition to the Digital Arts program at Golden West College, he completed two semesters of a special internship offered by the Digital Arts department, under the guidance of Sean Glumace, David Dluzak, and Debbie Bales.

He currently works doing his own design under J. Equihua Design and freelance client work. On the side, Jesus works on a podcast called Electric Break Podcast as co-host, co-producer, and designer. He also works on his own electronic music as Pixelon. He occasionally assists on a panel named Full Time Creative Work on a Part Time Schedule.

Fecha de publicación  10 de mayo de 2013

Dimensiones  Apaisado estándar  62 páginas Papel premium, acabado satinado

Categoría  Entretenimiento

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